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5 rubles 1792 (SPB)

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Nominal: 5 rubles
Year: 1792
Metal: Gold
Period of issue: 1792
Standard weight: 6,54 g
Ligature weidht: 6,0 g
Mint: SPB
Standart diameter: 23 mm
Metal sample: 917
Volume of issue: 112 110
Edge: Threadlike, tilt left
5 rubles 1792 (SPB). Edge
Nominal: 5 rubles
Year: 1792
Metal: Gold
Period of issue: 1792
Standart weight: 6,54 g
Ligature weidht: 6,0 g
Mint: SPB
Standart diameter: 23 mm
Metal sample: 917
Volume of issue: 112 110
Edge: Threadlike, tilt left
5 rubles 1792 (SPB). Edge

Description of coin 5 rubles 1792 (SPB):

The coin of this type (with a portrait of Catherine II in adulthood) was produced from 1777 to 1796 (also 1787). The circumference of the front and back sides, a rim consisting of teeth (Kant can be partially or completely absent).

On the obverse is a portrait of Catherine II in profile, face to the right. Under the portrait letters "СПБ"(Saint-Petersburg). In a circle the inscription - "Б•М•ЕКАТЕРИНА • II • IМП • ИСАМОД • ВСЕРОСС"(stands for "the grace of God Catherine II Empress and autocrat of all Russias").

On the reverse in the Central circle there is a simplified depiction of the coat of Arms of the Russian Empire double - headed eagle with scepter and Orb. There are four large cartouche with images: the crown (left), the Moscow coat of arms (top), coat of arms of the Kingdom of the Siberian (bottom), coat of arms of the Kingdom of Kazan (right). The top cartouche is crowned with the Imperial crown, the other normal crown. Between the cartouches are four small roses, over which digits of the year of minting - "1", "7", "9", "2". In a circle along the rim the inscription, divided into 4 parts (starting from top) - "IМПРСКАЯ""РОССÏЙС""МОН•ЦЕНА""ПЯТЬ•РУБ"(Imperial Russian coin price - 5 rubles).

Varieties 5 rubles of the sample of 1777:

Portrait with long neck:
1777-1782 (SPB);
Portrait with a short neck:
1783-1786, 1788-1796 (SPB).
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of 5 рублей:

1. 5 rubles (SPB) 1762
2. 5 rubles (SPB) 1763
3. 5 rubles (MMD) 1763
4. 5 rubles (SPB) 1764
5. 5 rubles (SPB) 1765
6. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1765
7. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1766
8. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1767
9. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1768
10. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1769
11. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1770
12. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1771
13. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1772
14. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1773
15. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1774
16. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1775
17. 5 rubles (SPB TI) 1776
18. 5 rubles (SPB) 1777
19. 5 rubles (SPB) 1778
20. 5 rubles (SPB) 1779
21. 5 rubles (SPB) 1780
22. 5 rubles (SPB) 1781
23. 5 rubles (SPB) 1782
24. 5 rubles (SPB) 1783
25. 5 rubles (SPB) 1784
26. 5 rubles (SPB) 1785
27. 5 rubles (SPB) 1786
28. 5 rubles (SPB) 1788
29. 5 rubles (SPB) 1789
30. 5 rubles (SPB) 1790
31. 5 rubles (SPB) 1791
32. 5 rubles (SPB) 1794
33. 5 rubles (SPB) 1795
34. 5 rubles (SPB) 1796
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    The periods of issue of the coin
    Coins of the Russian Empire (beginning of the XVIII century - 1917)
    Ekaterina II Alexeevna (1762-1796)

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